Vuk Jeremić: The implementation of the “French-German” agreement has begun, but the first consequences could cost Serbia fabulously

The President of the People’s Party, Vuk Jeremić, said that yesterday the implementation of the “French-German” plan for Kosovo and Metohija began with the signing of the Declaration on Enforced and Enforced Disappeared Persons during the 1999 War, which could cost Serbia hundreds of millions, if not billions of euros in the future.

“The representative of Serbia, the director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Petar Petković, either out of ignorance or under instruction, accepted the text of the declaration by which Serbia accepted for the first time that in 1999 there were ‘forced’ or ‘enforced’ missing persons. “Serbia has ratified international conventions which oblige it to ensure the processing of requests for astronomical compensation in such cases,” said Jeremić at a press conference in Čačak, the People’s Party announced.

Jeremić pointed out that the first result of the implementation of the agreement is extremely unfavorable for Serbia, and that the implementation of the other points would lead to incomparably more severe, irreparable consequences for Serbian national interests.

“That is why the People’s Party launched an initiative to call a referendum on rejecting the ‘French-German’ plan for the independence of Kosovo and Metohija. The referendum is not unconstitutional and I am sure that the citizens will reject the plan by which Serbia recognizes the secession of its southern province by a large majority,” said Jeremić.

“We must not sit idly by and watch as Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, in violation of the Constitution, surrenders a part of the state’s territory, and not just any part, completely arbitrarily. His hands must be tied to implement the agreement, and that can only be done by the people at the referendum,” added Jeremić.

Jeremic stated that time is working against Serbia and that there are only a few months left for Vučić to “stop high treason”, because the annexes adopted in Ohrid precisely set the deadlines for the implementation of the “French-German” agreement.

“Self-proclaimed ‘Kosovo’ could become a member of the UN, and then there is no going back, and in two years it could unite with Albania to form Greater Albania, which would lead to new conflicts in the Balkans, because that state would be created on the basis of ethnic in principle, certainly tried to expand to the territories of Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Greece,” said Jeremić.

Jeremic, who is also the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, said that in 2007 the government was under pressure to accept Ischinger’s plan, which is almost exactly the same as the “French-German” plan, but it refused, and Serbia then nevertheless became a candidate for EU membership, received a visa-free regime and began membership negotiations.

“Therefore, it is not true that rejecting the ‘French-German’ plan would stop Serbia’s European path. The truth is exactly the opposite – the implementation of the plan would distance Serbia from the EU, because Vučić, as the guarantor of the implementation of the agreement, would receive a ‘license’ from the West to trample democracy and human rights even harder. Lithium mining is included in that package, and Vučić could suppress the protests with brutal police repression, and that with applause from abroad,” added Jeremić.

Jeremić stated that he had discussed with the people of Čačan about the problems that are bothering them and that the citizens mostly complained about the high prices, the unavailability of medicines, the long wait for specialist examinations, the poor state of agriculture…

“Many were surprised when we showed them the ‘French-German’ plan, because they could not find out about it through the media controlled by the regime, and they signed the initiative to call a referendum. “That’s why we will continue the referendum campaign throughout Serbia with all our might, because we have to tell the truth to the citizens, since they are only exposed to Vučić’s continuous tirades, which the people serve and say nonsense about robots and driverless cars,” said Jeremić.

The President of the City Committee of the People’s Party Čačak Aleksandar Radojević said that the lack of parking spaces and traffic are among the biggest problems in that city.

“Traffic moves slowly, which leads to additional and unnecessary air pollution. It is necessary to better regulate traffic and we will do that when we take responsibility for running the city,” said Radojević.

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